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Government announces targeted COVID-19 support measures to create jobs and growth

Thursday, October 21, 2021
Today, the Honourable Chrystia Freeland, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, announced that the government is taking targeted action to create jobs and spur economic growth. This includes moving from the very broad-based support that was appropriate at the height of lockdowns to more targeted measures that will provide help where it is needed, while prudently managing government spending. continue reading

The Canada Worker Lockdown Benefit

Thursday, October 21, 2021
The new benefit would be: $300 a week. continue reading

Targeting COVID-19 Support Measures

Thursday, October 21, 2021
Hard-hit organizations that do not qualify for the Tourism and Hospitality Recovery Program and that have been deeply affected since the outset of the pandemic would qualify for rent and wage support under the Hardest-Hit Business Recovery Program, provided they meet the following two eligibility requirements: continue reading

Canada cancelling wage subsidy, announces $7.4B in new COVID-19 supports

Thursday, October 21, 2021
Hardest Hit Business Recovery Program eligibility will be a two-key system, Freeland said. First, the government will consider whether an employer has faced significant revenue loss over the course of 12 months during the pandemic. The second key is revenue loss in the current month of application. Also, the Lockdown Support Program has been created in case the pandemic requires further local lockdowns in parts of the country. continue reading

Using Canada’s COVID-19 proof of vaccination for travel

Thursday, October 21, 2021
The Canadian COVID-19 proof of vaccination provides Canadian residents with a reliable way to demonstrate that they are vaccinated against COVID-19 when travelling within and outside Canada. Canadians can get their proof of vaccination from their province or territory (for more information, visit continue reading

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